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Book Review and Giveaway- The Commitment Engine by John Jantsch

Janet Fouts

The Commitment Engine: Making Work Worth It , by John Jantsch. Anybody who has ever read one of John’s blog posts or heard him speak knows he’s a straight shooting, plain speaking business leader who has a knack for making just good business sense available to everyone. In the Commitment Engine he shows us what commitment really means in a business and a personal sense. Maybe not.

Why We Need To Talk About Testicles

Ari Herzog

I bet you know someone with a silicone bracelet promoting awareness of breast cancer, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, poverty, or some other cause. Each wristband comes in a different color and is worn with pride. It is common to spot an awareness bracelet and ask the wearer about their personal motivation. “Why do you have a mustache?” I told them I was raising money for the cause.

On Being Human: The Ties That Connect Us


Yesterday I felt happy. Then I learned my mother has cancer. I broke. I know what it is to be broken. If there’s one thing I can truly call myself an expert in it’s the human mind. I’m an expert by experience and I think it’s no coincidence I do what I do for a living. I feel a lot. Certainly now. Cancer. Mother. You know. There’s millions of people suffering and having cancer. The downs. Reasons.

The Frightening Ramifications Of High-Frequency Pricing

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Something fascinating happened during Black Friday. It wasn't the mad hoards of people trampling one another for the latest electronic whiz-bang, and it wasn't the dreaded story of a major retailer's site going down, making them unable to capitalize on months of build-up, ad spends and hype (not to mention damage to the brand). A different price for different people at different moments. Excited?

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Blogging the Festive Season: The Not-for-Profit Blog [Case Study]


Stephen Pepper is insurance administrator by day, youth worker and blogger by night. He and his wife run Youth Workin’ It , a not-for-profit site that provides consultancy and services for youth workers and organizations worldwide. This includes blogging 6 days a week about youth work. As part of our Blog the Festive Season series, we asked Stephen how he and his wife are preparing the blog for the festive season. What does preparing the Youth Workin’ It blog for the festive season mean? This will be your second festive season on the blog. What did you learn last year?